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I am a Ph.D candidate working under the guidance of Prof. Louis J. Dubé at Université Laval, Quebec City, Canada. We study both the classical theory of complex systems (e.g. stochastic growth processes) and modern subjects such as complex networks. I focus on the spectral theory of complex networks / graphs, it's connection with random matrix theory, and community detection.
My expertise is mainly in theoretical models of complex systems and software programming (C++, python). I see the CSSS 2015 as an opportunity to start new projects with people coming from other fields; if we chat it up, science will come in due time!